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Faith, unbelief and evil: a fragment of a dialogue

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Correspondence to A. N. Prior.

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This paper was written by A. N. Prior (1914–69). It is hitherto unpublished. The original is undated and kept in the Prior collection at Bodleian Library, Oxford. It is edited by David Jakobsen.

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Prior, A.N. Faith, unbelief and evil: a fragment of a dialogue. Synthese 188, 381–397 (2012). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11229-011-9945-1

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Keywords

  • Moral Judgment
  • Moral Demand
  • Ritual Murder
  • Unmoved Mover
  • Eternal Damnation